Why Resilience Is Imperative in a Post-Pandemic World
Resilience is a quality forced upon us by the pace of change and the sheer number of continuous and exponential shifts required to evolve, live and do business. It is an invisible force that, until recently, went mostly ignored, as leaders dealt with day-to-day realities.
The COVID-19 pandemic, however, is a very visible and massively disruptive force that makes the need for resilience real, tangible and undeniable. During the early phases of the pandemic the lack of resilience was evident. Companies scrambled to respond to new and unanticipated challenges, and many failed to meet them. In its wake, leaders are being forced to reevaluate, reorient and transform themselves to prepare for whatever comes next – a world still struggling to recover from crisis or a world transformed by science and technology and ready for the future.
In this point of view from Tata Consulting Services, Frank Diana looks at why resilience is imperative in a post-pandemic world.
Key points include:
- Having a Holistic Approach to an Interconnected System
- How Organisational DNA Provides Essential Building Blocks
- Balancing an Adaptive Core and Enabled Edge
- Why Resilience Is Also a Futuristic Mindset
- Meeting New Challenges with a Strategy of Resilience
Head of UK & Ireland
Tata Consultancy Services
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